Recall| Mountain Sledder Magazine
However, there are some who practice brand bashing with sincerity. In perhaps a misguided attempt to be funny, or possibly in a jealous attempt to justify their own poor choices, some sledders will go to great lengths to find issues with competing brands. These issues are often then exaggerated into preposterousness.
Camso has issued a DTS 129 recall for its products made in model year 2017 (MY2017). The issue stems from a number of reports of brakes malfunction on the dirt-to-snow bike conversion kit. The pin which secured the brake pads can loosen, causing a crash or impact hazard. No injuries have been reported as a result of the issue.
We demand better sleds, we demand that our brand of choice keeps up with its competition, and we demand that our sleds get faster, lighter and better handling every year. Is the downside to this a shortened development time in a race to get new ideas to market?
Some 2700 snowmobiles are affected by an Arctic Cat recall, due to an impact hazard from a clutch issue. Arctic Cat Recall The recall affects all 2017 models of Arctic Cat 9000 Turbo snowmobile and 2018 models of Arctic Cat 6000, 7000, 8000 and 9000 models with VINs within …